|For many people, the primary concern while buying prescription glasses or designer glasses online is whether the pair of glasses will look good on their faces. At ExclusiveEyes.co.uk, we will help you to narrow down your choice to a certain style which suits your face the best.
There are six different face shapes which call for different frames of prescription glasses:
Round - A round face is one which has curve lines with same length and width proportions and no angles. One should try angular and narrow prescription glasses to give your face a slender look. You will find a wide range of prescription glasses sporting this style at ExclusiveEyes.co.uk.
Oval - Considered to be the ideal shape because of its balanced proportions, prescription glasses should be wider than the broadest part of the face to complement this face type.
Oblong - An oblong face is longer than its width, with a long cheek line and sometimes a longish nose. At ExclusiveEyes.co.uk, you can browse our collection of prescription glasses that have more depth than width or have a low nose bridge.
Triangle - A base-up triangular face has a sharp contrast, with the upper part of the face being very wide and the bottom part narrower in comparison. Frames for this shape should be rimless and wider at the bottom with light colours. We at ExclusiveEyes.co.uk have made sure that we have the most diverse range of rimless prescription glasses for you to choose from.
Diamond - Generally considered the rarest face shape, they are narrow at the eye and jaw lines while having broad cheekbones. To highlight the eyes and soften the cheekbones, one should try our online frames that have detailed or distinctive brow lines.
Square - A square face is defined with a strong jaw line and a broad forehead. The width and the length are in the same proportions. For this face type, one should opt for narrow frame styles with more width than depth.